Unisex Christmas Jumper Tipsy Elves Conga Line Reindeer Xmas Tree Mens Womens Sweater Gift Top

Unisex Christmas Jumper Tipsy Elves Conga Line Reindeer Xmas Tree Mens Womens Sweater Gift Top


KU – TECONGALINEJUMPER Tipsy Elves Christmas Jumpers designed for durability and comfort and finished off with a healthy dose of humour. Traditional styles like the fairisle pattern are combined with hilarious motifs including many that can turn a giggle into a downright guffaw. This isn’t your gran’s traditional jumper boutique. It’s a completely new way of looking at the holiday season, with something for everyone! Whether your tastes run to the mildly naughty or the downright eyebrow raising, we have a holiday jumper for you that will fit the bill. It’s Double Or Nothing On This Reindeer Conga Line Jumper. The Green And White Depiction Of The Traditional Party Dance Has An Unusual Twist That Turns It Into A Couples Activity. The Jumper Also Features A Row Of Cheerful Red Christmas Trees That Seem Blissfully Unaware Of The Lasciviousness Going On Just Under Their Pine Needles! Style Name : Conga Line. Tipsy Elves Jumpers fit true to size and are designed to fit both Males and Females alike. Females generally order sizes XS-M while Men typically order sizes M-XXL. Please refer to the size chart and measurement guide for further details. Tipsy Elves Approx Size Guide: Adult Jumpers XS S M L XL XXL Body Length 24-25 26-27 27-28 28-29 29-3031-32 Chest Width 31-32 35-36 42-43 45-46 48-49 55-56 Arm Length 24-25 25-26 26-27 27-28 28-29 28-29 How to Measure Body Length The body length is measured in a straight line from the highest point of the shoulder at the join of the neck seam to the bottom opening of the Jumper. Chest Width With your arms relaxed at your sides, measure around your chest at the armpits, over the highest part of your chest, while keeping the tape parallel to the floor. Arm Length Bend your elbow 90 degrees and place your hand on your hip. Hold the tape at the top of your shoulder and measure across your shoulder to your elbow and down to your wrist. The total length is your arm length.




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